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fictional detective without doubt, it is Sherlock Holme The author of the Sherlock Holmes stories was Arthur Conan Doyle He was born in Scotland in 1859 and studied medicine at Edinburgh university. After leaving university he mined to the south of England and worked as a doctor, but in his spacetime he started to write detective stores he hero of the stories is a private detective called Sherlock Holmes, who lives at 22 lb Bake Street in London. There i is now a museum at that address(see http://www.sherlock- holmes coale Holmes is tall and thin, with a long sharp face He usually wears a deerstalker hat smokes a pipe or cigarettes and carries a magnifying glass. He is an extremely st intel gen man who always thinks logically about the crimes he is trying to solve He is also a brilliant violins however, he has a dark side to his character he is a one and rather ad man who is cash bored with everyday life. He often depressed and sometimes spends all day in bed. He is not married and says that he doesn't understand women Holmes lives with his assistant and only friend, Dr Watson Watson describes him in one of the stories as a brain without a heart, and more a machine than a man'. In 1895, after Conan Doyle had written 25 stories about Holmes, he got bored with his detective and decided that Holmes would die in the next story At the end of the story called The Final Problem, Holmes fights Professo Moriarty, his greatest enemy, by a huge waterfall in Switzerland They both die when they fall into the waterfall. But the Holmes stores were already incredibly popular and his fans were very upset.
bathroom is open. The father is surprised and lookes in. He sees his daughter holding the cat in her arms and cleaning its teeth with his toothbrush. Linda doesn't see her father and continues her cleaning. Linda's father call his wife. Linda's mother comes in and lets the cat go. But the little girl says : Why? I'm sure Daddy needn't make such a fuss about it because it isn't the first time I cleaned the cat's teeth with that toothbrush. ПОМОГИТЕ С ПЕРЕВОДОМ ПОЖАЛУЙСТА!
the bathroom is open. The father is surprised and lookes in. He sees his daughter holding the cat in her arms and cleaning its teeth with his toothbrush. Linda doesn't see her father and continues her cleaning. Linda's father call his wife. Linda's mother comes in and lets the cat go. But the little girl says : Why? I'm sure Daddy needn't make such a fuss about it because it isn't the first time I cleaned the cat's teeth with that toothbrush.
(itself, it, its) yet. 4. Let (they, them, their) read the story again. 5. Will you tell (we, us, our) about Great Britain? 6. Is this Mary's scarf? No, it is (me, my, mine).7. (Your, you, yours) house is not far from (our, us, ours). 8. Whose cigarettes are these? They may be (our, ours) cigarettes. Oh, yes, they are (our, ours). 9. (Our, ours) car is faster than (their, theirs). 10. A friend of (you, yours, your) came to see (we, us, ours) yesterday. 11. We know (they, them, theirs) very well and both Peter and Nell know (we, us, ours). 12. You can do it without (mine, my, me) help but not without (they, their, theirs). 13. He couldn't lend me the dictionary because it wasn't (he, him, his). 14. She is writing a letter to an old friend of (her, hers, she). 15. This suitcase isn't (us, our, ours). There's somebody's name on it. 16. This is not (my, mine, me) car. (My, Mine, Me) is a 1980 model.17. Could you help me sort out these things? I cannot tell which are (your, you, yours) and which are (we, our, ours). 18. ( You, your, yours) ticket is on the table and where is (her, she, hers p. 19. She first looked at the title of the story and then at (her, she, hers). 20. Can I borrow (your, yours, you) umbrella? - I'm sorry, it isn't (me, my, mine). 21. I'm sorry, but he's busy. Do you mind waiting for (he, him, his)? 22. Who told you about it? - A friend of (you, your, yours). 23. Don't ask for help. Do it (you, yourself). 24. Did he enjoy (him, his, himself) at the party? 25. Jill had lived by (itself, herself, her) before (her, hers) marriage, but now she was happy with her husband in (their, theirs) new house which (her, hers) husband had built (him, himself, itself).
He / she ... her birthday (like).
He / she ... guests.
The guests come in the ... (evening, afternoon, morning).
They give him / her ... (cards, presents). They ... (play, sing songs, dance).
They ... a cake.
His / her ... makes the cake (mother, granny, sister).